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Robert Spivack
Smart Home Analyst, Installer, Designer, Technology Consultant, Photographer, Videographer, & "stay up till 3 am to fix it so you don't have to"
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Robert Spivack 6h
Replying to @phandcorp_av
I hope it is fiber and not copper?
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Robert Spivack Jun 22
Replying to @richardgunther
Real curious to hear your opinion - haven’t been able to grok exactly how it works and who it is for
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Robert Spivack Jun 22
Replying to @jcieplinski
Just returning from Vegas I totally agree
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Robert Spivack Jun 22
Replying to @julipuli
Totally agree! Why no email account option?
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Robert Spivack Jun 19
Replying to @appleinsider
Parallels for Mac to run D-Tools (PC Enterprise app)
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Robert Spivack Jun 19
Replying to @viticci
Which USB-C dock or hubs do you recommend for use with iPad Pro?
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Robert Spivack Jun 12
Replying to @Lutron @tweethue
Would love a version of this exposed to HomeKit as a general purpose physical control that can be linked to any automation including fan speed controls or thermostat temperature adjustment
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Robert Spivack Jun 11
I don’t want iPad busy streaming “mission critical content” and unavailable for general use without risking b disrupting the streams. Hence the travel router for captive portal / Apple TV is required equipment. Method to the madness after all 😜
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Robert Spivack Jun 11
Replying to @danielpunkass
I stilk miss the LaserWriters. Time again for Apple hardcopy devices?
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Robert Spivack Jun 10
A hotel room without an AppleTV is like living off the grid 😜
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Robert Spivack Jun 8
Do you think eventually there will be a back end generator for the web from Swift on the server open source efforts so ultimately SwiftUI could also build web apps!
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Robert Spivack Jun 8
Replying to @stroughtonsmith
Basic Mac Pro and 6K Monitor less than $15K
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Robert Spivack Jun 8
Travel router solves hotel captive portal problem. Most important, my wife has all her tech working without frustration - everything (iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV) think they are still on our home network. Much greater SAF then HomeKit automations that she cares nothing about.
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Robert Spivack Jun 8
Replying to @phandcorp_av
Awesome! Which Unifi devices are you using?
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Robert Spivack Jun 8
Travel router set to home SSID. Only $50 and won’t get stolen. TP-link or other brands
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Robert Spivack Jun 4
Just use your own photos or patterns, it is easy
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Robert Spivack Jun 4
Replying to @Homekitgeek
Enterprise-like microsegmentation would be a great strp forward in consumer lan security.
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Robert Spivack Jun 3
Replying to @Homekitgeek
But what are the details? Apple used to have UPnP hooks for “Back to my Mac” in the Airports; I hope it is more than something like that being auto-configured in 3rd party routers.
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Robert Spivack Jun 3
Replying to @BenBajarin
Definitely not a 1 horse town!
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Robert Spivack Jun 2
Replying to @tradfri
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